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December 31, 2007


Maryland court rejects experts in thimerosal case

Posted by Walter Olson

December 30, 2007


Around the web, December 30

Posted by Walter Olson

December 29, 2007


Standard incandescents to be banned

Posted by Walter Olson

December 28, 2007


Ohio Supreme Court upholds damage caps

Posted by Ted Frank

The missing piece of information in the NY Times Giuliani/Purdue Pharma story

Posted by Ted Frank

"Disaster" foreseen with NY malpractice surcharge

Posted by Walter Olson

December 27, 2007


BREAKING: Challenge to Vioxx settlement withdrawn

Posted by Ted Frank

"DOJ's Free Pass for Tort Fraud"

Posted by Walter Olson

December 26, 2007


Fraudulent Plaintiff's Attorney Found Guilty of Criminal Contempt

Posted by Michael Krauss

Disqualification of attorney who comes into possession of adversaries' notes

Posted by Michael Krauss

December 25, 2007


New York's High Court and British "libel tourism"

Posted by Michael Krauss

December 23, 2007


Bloomberg and securities class actions

Posted by Walter Olson

December 22, 2007


Fla. governor sics trial lawyers on insurers

Posted by Walter Olson

December 21, 2007


I'm interviewed...

Posted by Walter Olson

Panel on Vioxx settlement at AEI, January 7

Posted by Ted Frank

Vioxx suits meritless? Now they tell us

Posted by Ted Frank

The attack on judicial seminars

Posted by Walter Olson

Cy pres: "When judges get generous"

Posted by Walter Olson

December 20, 2007


Top 10 insurance coverage cases of 2007

Posted by Ted Frank

More successful countersuits by docs?

Posted by Walter Olson

Sexual harassment of mall Santas

Posted by Walter Olson

December 19, 2007


The other Scruggs Katrina scandal

Posted by Walter Olson

Cincinnati Enquirer on fen-phen scandal

Posted by Walter Olson

U.K. class actions: a carom-shot strategy?

Posted by Walter Olson

December 18, 2007


Best v. Taylor Machine Works

Posted by Ted Frank

Shutting down judicial travel, cont'd

Posted by Walter Olson

Sues NYC for $250 million, is surprised at city's reaction

Posted by Walter Olson

December 17, 2007


The criminalization of science

Posted by Ted Frank

Arbitration discussion at Overlawyered

Posted by Ted Frank

Bipartisan legal reform bill in the Senate

Posted by Ted Frank

Around the web, December 17

Posted by Walter Olson

December 16, 2007


Wal-Mart and small business

Posted by Walter Olson

December 15, 2007


"What determines malpractice payments?"

Posted by Walter Olson

December 14, 2007


Welcome Wall Street Journal readers

Posted by Walter Olson

Around the web, December 14

Posted by Ted Frank

Judge gives candy to plaintiff; jury verdict tossed

Posted by Michael Krauss

"Here come the climate-change lawsuits"

Posted by Walter Olson

Massachusetts med-mal reform

Posted by Walter Olson

December 13, 2007


"November Securities Lawsuit Filings Continue Upward Trend"

Posted by Walter Olson

Toledo lead paint lawsuit

Posted by Walter Olson

Judge Posner on trial management

Posted by Walter Olson

N.Y. Observer profiles the Manhattan Institute

Posted by Walter Olson

December 12, 2007


Dukes v. Wal-Mart redux

Posted by Ted Frank

"This was ordinary conduct that lawyers do"

Posted by Michael Krauss

Around the web, December 12

Posted by Walter Olson

December 11, 2007


Minnesota as the new Madison County

Posted by Michael Krauss

Update on Vioxx settlement and Michigan claimants

Posted by Ted Frank

FDA preemption in the courts

Posted by Ted Frank

December 10, 2007


Judge Alexander to Mr. Scruggs: fly commercial

Posted by Michael Krauss

Scrutinizing class action claims at the certification stage

Posted by Ted Frank

New Epstein podcast: Microsoft and antitrust

Posted by Walter Olson

Around the web, December 10

Posted by Walter Olson

December 09, 2007


But your honor, we don’t fly commercial….

Posted by Michael Krauss

An Indian view of Bhopal

Posted by Walter Olson

December 08, 2007


Florida declines to broaden emotional-injury suits

Posted by Walter Olson

December 07, 2007


Judge Weinstein and the "related case" rule III

Posted by Ted Frank

Judge Weinstein and the "related case" rule

Posted by Walter Olson

If you're not reading Overlawyered...

Posted by Walter Olson

Around the web, December 7

Posted by Walter Olson

December 06, 2007


Tort reform in the third branch

Posted by Ted Frank

"... you took responsibility for your own actions"

Posted by Michael Krauss

Connecticut Employment Law Blog

Posted by Walter Olson

Ohio asbestos reforms

Posted by Walter Olson

Lottery Litigation Dept.: Jeff Tamraz welding verdict

Posted by Ted Frank

NYC mulls "caregiver discrimination" law

Posted by Walter Olson

December 05, 2007


King of Torts sentenced to 15 years in federal "palace"

Posted by Michael Krauss

Gauer Distinguished Lecture

Posted by Ted Frank

Around the web, December 5

Posted by Walter Olson

December 04, 2007


Legal ethics highlights of 2007

Posted by Walter Olson

Cy pres: "Any fear that judges will abuse their power in these matters is misguided."

Posted by Walter Olson

ABA Journal "Blawg 100" controversy

Posted by Walter Olson

December 03, 2007


SEC nixes proxy access

Posted by Walter Olson

Wall-to-wall Scruggsblogging

Posted by Walter Olson

Shopping for Judge Weinstein?

Posted by Ted Frank

December 02, 2007


Use and Abuse of the Family and Medical Leave Act

Posted by Ted Frank

"An unbounded scale, but no modulus"

Posted by Walter Olson

December 01, 2007


NSW Dust Diseases Tribunal

Posted by Walter Olson


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